10/25/21- SHRM- TLB

Content by Full Circle Confidential Workforce Wellness

  • Easy Tips that'll Change Your Life

    t’s holiday season and many of us are already making New Year’s resolution. Perhaps we want to accomplish an important occupational or personal goal…maybe some of us want to shed those pounds we gained near the beginning of the pandemic. Whatever goal you have, it is important to realize that...
  • Easy as ABC: Repackaging the Gift of Resilience This Season

    "The ability to take a 'problem or disappointment' and make something good come of it is a rare gift. Those who possess it are said to have resilience or courage." (Csikszentmihalyi: Flow) Sounds good. But how much more can we take? We gloved up. We did the mask thing. We took the vaccines. We...
  • 6 Mind-blowing Physical Benefits to Gratitude

    Thanksgiving celebrations may have just ended, but the act of gratitude does not have to end. The effects of gratitude are easily seen on multiple wellness dimensions. Gratitude has magnificent benefits on our physical, occupational, emotional, and social wellness. For example, studies show that...
  • Five Quick & Easy Steps for Successful Organizational Development

    Inspiring change and organizational progress/growth within the workforce is not always an easy task – especially if you want to maintain productivity and enthusiasm among your employees/team. Constructive criticism is one way to ensure your employees feel appreciated, while also providing...
  • Boost Employee Performance up to 50%

    Learn how mental health and emotional wellbeing affect the agility, productivity, and success of your team, organization, or workforce and how you can leverage them to increase morale, buy-in, and bottom-line efficiency.\n\nClick here to download for free:\nhttps://fccwellness.org/epicc-magazine/
  • The Invisible Addiction: Are we Consuming too Much?

    Do you often start your mornings with a cup of coffee? Perhaps you enjoy a cup or two or espresso at work or school to keep you going? Maybe some more coffee or an energy drink or even soft drink to work on that work project and school assignments? Studies show that 62% of Americans drink coffee...
  • Nonviolent Communication for Healthy Relationships and Work/Personal Life

    A healthy relationship requires many things – understanding, trust, compromise, honesty, compassion, and respect, among others. Nonviolent communication or compassionate communication is a key ingredient of healthy relationships. Founded by Clinical Psychologist Marshall B. Rosenberg –...
  • Types of Self-Care

    More often than not, we are advised to practice self-care --- and in the current circumstances, the importance of taking preventative steps to ensure optimal health and safety is necessary. But self-care isn’t confined to just one dimension – mediation/relaxation and sports are only a few of...
  • Avoiding the Negative Spiral of Emotion

    We previously highlighted the power of the mind in moderating our emotions when facing a difficult situation with a negative situation - resulting in optimal health (psychological, physical, etc.) and performance. A very helpful model to look at is the upward and downward spirals of emotion. If...
  • Suicide Prevention-We Can Always Make a Difference

    September is national suicide prevention month. As we take a moment to reflect on the quote above, we are reminded that the painful, life-altering effects of suicide are far-reaching and incalculable. It’s not just one person who dies when there is a suicide, a part of everyone who knew and...
  • Venting v.s. Therapy

    The spoken word is one of the oldest forms of communication. Storytelling and folktales were common among people even prior to writing. The power of “healing through words” was recognized early in history from the time of the Ancient Egyptians and Greeks. After all, there’s something very...
  • No More Stress - The Power of the Mind

    The pandemic has created a sense of shared experience around the globe. As a result, the world has been working together – and focusing on the present – to navigate COVID and its many variants. Officials and scientists had no time to dwell and regret the past and were forced to face the current...
  • The Easiest Way to Ensure Happiness and Productivity + Relieve Stress

    Who said laughter and play time is just for children? In this unprecedented time of stress and grief, more and more scientists are bringing attention to the necessity and benefits of playtime and laughter for adults. Naturally, a good sense of humor is not a cure for all ailments, but data is...
  • Tunes for your Health

    By now we all recognize the toll the pandemic has had on our occupational and social lives. We also know that our mental health remains greatly affected by the pressures posed by the pandemic. Many of us did not shy away from resorting to google or experts on what to do to stay sane. Helpful...
  • Tools for Businesses: Survive and Thrive During and Post Pandemic

    There is no doubt that COVID-19 has caused dramatic health, social, and economic changes. Businesses in all fields were not exempt from experiencing the pandemic’s negative repercussions. Some businesses were forced to temporarily / permanently shut their doors, while other businesses are...
  • Back to School: Fears and Solutions for Parents and their Children

    The 2021-22 school year is finally starting! Schools all over the country are slowly opening up but as reports about the new Delta variant increase – parents are understandably concerned for their children’s safety. Even more so, caregivers and parents with children ineligible for a COVID...
  • The Ultimate Pandemic Resilience Tool- Nutrition for your Body and Mind

    It’s been almost a year and a half since the pandemic hit. The pandemic came with a slew of unavoidable modifications to many aspects of our lives —- and with the help/facilitation of technology, remote working and education has become the norm. The reality is, many of us are spending more time...
  • Have a Safe Flight: Staying Balanced

    Facing turbulence in mid-air is always a bit daunting. With our seatbelts securely fastened, we find ways to distract ourselves, or ignore the airplane’s jolting back and forth in search of balance. Skilled pilots are never as worried as we are about turbulence. First, they have seen it...
  • Overcoming Decision-Making Anxiety (VIDEO INSIDE)

    We live in unprecedented times where uncertainty and hypervigilance are at an all-time high. There is light at the end of the tunnel and things are finally starting to look up amidst the availability of the vaccines and the slow but steady opening up of cities and states. But with such...
  • Character Shapes Your Destiny Everyday

    Character is defined as a trait, quality, or high moral code. It consists of all the qualities that make someone distinct from someone else. A lot of people confuse character with personality. They are related but they are NOT the same thing. Your personality is an inborn...
  • The Power of Personal Strategic Planning

    Strategic planning? Isn’t that a term that we often hear within the business world? That’s certainly the case. Many businesses—especially successful ones-use this approach to achieve goals and objectives. But the advantages of strategic planning don’t have to be limited to the business...
  • 7 WAYS TO BUILD A POWERFUL CHARACTER

    Character is like a compass that guides your decisions and responses as you navigate the circumstances, challenges, and scenarios that you encounter. Character is also tied into why we, as human beings, do the things we do (our decisions); and why we do things the way we do (our...
  • A Winning Formula for Lasting Success in All You Do

    Think back to your greatest accomplishment and you will be reminded that the formula for success called for lots of hard work in combination with effort and intention. Intention is a powerful force. It’s stronger than simply desiring and merely wanting to accomplish something. It has a more...
  • MAKING ROCK BOTTOM WORK FOR YOU: THE RESILIENT MINDSET

    As we celebrate and honor those who have served and sacrificed this Memorial Day, we are reminded that resilience is more than merely "bouncing back." It's a mindset. An attitude. A decision to not give in, or back down from the challenge that is in front of us.
  • Mental Health Matters

    May is mental health awareness month—a great to pause and ask ourselves where are we mentally, and how can we help make it easier on others who may be struggling with a mental-emotional, or behavioral condition. Nearly 10% of the world’s population suffer from a diagnosable mental...